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Marinos coach Harry Kewell directs his players during the second leg of the Asian Champions League final against Al Ain in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates on Saturday.
SOCCER
May 26, 2024
Marinos coach Harry Kewell says club will use ACL final loss as motivation
"We as a club, we will lick our wounds," Kewell said. "We'll come back stronger. Especially the next time around."
Al Ain celebrates after defeating Marinos in the Asian Champions League final in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, on Saturday.
SOCCER
May 26, 2024
Al Ain routs Marinos to capture Asian Champions League crown
Al Ain won the Asian Champions League for the second time.
Yokohama's forward Ryo Miyaichi (front) jumps for a header with Ain's Guinean midfielder Abdoul Karim Traore (behind) during the AFC Champions League final first-leg football match at Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, on May 11.
SOCCER / J. League
May 24, 2024
Ryo Miyaichi focused as Marinos set sights on Asian Champions League crown
Marinos are seeking to become the fourth Japanese winner in the last seven seasons of the championship.
Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa delivers a video message during a meeting of the International Group of Eminent Persons for a World without Nuclear Weapons in Yokohama on Tuesday.
JAPAN
May 23, 2024
Yokohama meeting on nuclear disarmament ends with call for focus on AI
The 15 participating experts came from states both with and without nuclear weapons, including superpowers such as the United States, Russia and China.
Even a slightly high blood pressure raises the risk of strokes and other diseases, a study finds.
JAPAN / Science & Health
May 14, 2024
Even slightly high blood pressure ups vascular disease risks
According to the Japanese Society of Hypertension, the country has an estimated 43 million hypertension patients.
The eighth edition of the Yokohama Triennale, held at the Yokohama Museum of Art, opened in March this year with the theme “Wild Grass: Our Lives."
CULTURE / Art
May 14, 2024
Yokohama Triennale's eighth edition makes room for context
Curators Liu Ding and Carol Yinghua Lu's dynamic and vital show positions art at the vanguard of social change.
A family prepares to plant eelgrass seedlings during a project to restore the natural ecosystem in Yokohama on April 13.
ENVIRONMENT / Sustainability
Apr 25, 2024
Battling climate change, Japan looks to seagrass for carbon capture
Japan, the world's fifth-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, has some of the longest coastlines in the world.
Marinos players celebrate after winning a shootout against Hyundai on Wednesday to advance to the Asian Champions League final.
SOCCER
Apr 25, 2024
Marinos edge Ulsan in thriller to reach first Asian Champions League final
Marinos won a pulsating semifinal that ended 3-3 on aggregate to reach the Asian Champions League final for the first time.
Yokohama F. Marinos coach Harry Kewell watches the AFC Champions League semifinal first-leg soccer match between his team and South Korea's Ulsan Hyundai FC in Ulsan, South Korea, on Wednesday.
SOCCER
Apr 23, 2024
Kewell tells Yokohama to summon spirit of Istanbul to reach final
The former Leeds and Liverpool winger took over as Yokohama coach at the start of this year.
Marinos' Jun Amano (left) and Ulsan's Joo Min-kyu fight for the ball during the AFC Champions League semifinal first leg soccer match between Ulsan Hyundai FC and Yokohama F. Marinos in Ulsan, South Korea, on Wednesday.
SOCCER
Apr 17, 2024
Ulsan edges Yokohama in Asian Champions League semifinal opener
The victory has clinched Ulsan's place at next year's Club World Cup.
A recent decision by a labor office marks a rare case in which a work-related illness has been officially attributed to remote work.
JAPAN
Apr 4, 2024
Yokohama remote worker awarded compensation for work-related mental disorder
The woman developed an adjustment disorder from working overtime excessively, clocking over 100 hours a month in the months leading to her diagnosis.
The Tigers' Teruaki Sato has hit at least 20 home runs in three straight seasons.
BASEBALL / Japanese Baseball
Mar 28, 2024
Tigers remain the Central League's team to beat as rival Giants loom
While Hanshin may be favored to repeat, the rest of the league will be waiting to pounce should the Kansai club falter.
Yokohama F. Marinos' Anderson Lopes (second from right) celebrates after scoring against Kyoto Sanga in Kameoka, Kyoto Prefecture, on Sunday.
SOCCER / J. League
Mar 18, 2024
Marinos edge 10-man Kyoto 3-2 thanks to Lopes double
Brazilian forward Lopes has three goals from as many J1 games this term for Marinos.
Yokohama F. Marinos' Anderson Lopes in action with Shandong Taishan's Fernandinho in the two sides' Asian Champions League quarterfinal second-leg clash in Yokohama on Wednesday
SOCCER
Mar 13, 2024
Marinos into Asian Champions League semifinal round for first time
Yokohama will face South Korea's two-time Asian champion Ulsan next month for a place in the final.
Trevor Bauer speaks to reporters after pitching for the Asian Breeze in an exhibition in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday.
BASEBALL
Mar 11, 2024
Trevor Bauer pitches in U.S. for first time since MLB suspension
The 2020 National League Cy Young Award winner struck out four and allowed just two hits.
Trevor Bauer has not pitched in MLB since the 2021 season.
BASEBALL / MLB
Mar 8, 2024
Trevor Bauer to return to Dodgers' facilities on quest for MLB comeback
Bauer's quest to return to the major leagues will take him through the Los Angeles Dodgers' facility in Glendale, Arizona.
Shandong Taishan's Valeri Qazaishvili (top) fights for the ball with Yokohama F. Marinos' Takuya Kida during the two team's Asian Champions League quarterfinal match in Jinan, China, on Wednesday.
SOCCER
Mar 6, 2024
Chen's stoppage-time strike gives Shandong hope in ACL
Anderson Lopes put Marinos in front after seven minutes and Yan Matheus doubled the advantage in the 69th minute.
Nissan is planning an autonomous vehicle ride-share service for Japan with a 2027 launch date to address a lack of taxi drivers due to the nation’s aging population.
BUSINESS / Companies
Feb 28, 2024
Nissan plans 2027 driverless ride-share service for aging Japan
Nissan will trial the service in Yokohama's Minato Mirai area, with 20 vehicles equipped with a safety monitor in each driver’s seat.
Brave Lupus flanker Takeshi Sasaki scores a try against the Yokohama Eagles on Saturday at Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground in Tokyo.
MORE SPORTS / Rugby
Feb 24, 2024
Brave Lupus handcuff Eagles to extend unbeaten run to seven games
The Tokyo squad notched its seventh straight win to stay hot on the heels of the only other unblemished side, the Saitama Wild Knights.
Yokohama forward Yan Matheus (left) in action against Bangkok on Wednesday in Yokohama.
SOCCER
Feb 21, 2024
Marinos edge Bangkok to remain only J. League side in ACL
Anderson Lopes scored a dramatic late extra-time penalty as Yokohama F. Marinos scraped past Bangkok United 1-0 on Wednesday.

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